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- Mar 2, 2010
I bought spares circa Y2K ($20 each) and have 5-6 working turntables.Cool. Which model? When I looked at new ones 2-3 years ago nothing did that. At least in the plebeian price range I sought. I ended up with a restored 80s Techniques that cost
$150 and sounds and works ace. But the guy who repaired them retired so if it goes south I’ll need replacement.
Was living near a Goodwill in Cambridge MA when all the Yuppies finally gave up on vinyl, about seven years before the hipsters discovered it.
Thinkin I be set for life?
The one set up now is a Technics; SLQD33.
Just looked on ebay and there are pages of used ones, seem to be $30-$300 with $150 getting clean good working examples.
Made in Japan 1980s is reliable if nothing else!
Here is one listing.
Cartridges are all different and could add value.
Technics SL-QD33 Quartz Direct Drive Automatic Turntable w/ Audio Technica PT200 | eBay
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